Hyatt Place Sterling/Dulles Airport-North
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... on my feet than Team USA. I haven’t decided yet if that is really exciting for me, or really bad for them.
After a little re-arranging, the luggage made weight (Me – 1, Airport – 0), so we headed over to the Virgin Atlantic desk to check in. First time in my life that I’ve seen an airline check-in desk totally empty. Six people manning the check-in counters and absolutely no one in line (Me – 2, Airport – 0). I had ...
... before going for a bike ride. Now a lot of cities have adopted this bike rental concept. How it works is there are all these bikes in multiple docking stations throughout the city. You can hire a bike for different periods. For example, you pay $7 for having access to the bike for a day but you have to pay more if you have any one bike out for longer than 30 minutes and those rates vary. But because there are so many docking ...
... and Uganda. It was an amazing experience which I would recommend to anyone traveling to this side of the world. We kicked off our last day in D.C at the heavily secured Pentagon and Pentagon memorial and the Arlington cemetery. Now a cemetery may not sound like the most exciting place to visit, but this is by far the most interesting one I've ever been to. Thousands and thousands of gravestones span beautifully manicured lawns for acres and acres. JFK's burial site can also be ...
... died laughing!) It went like this:
Meloita: "Why are you touching me?"
Kayla: "What do you mean 'Why am I touching you?' I'm just trying to stay awake and see if my phone's still in my hand."
-Her phone was across the room on the dresser and both of them were asleep.-
May 4, 2012 - Day 3 -
The next morning we got up and checked out of the hotel. A few people over slept and held us up. We got on the bus and went to the "Old Country Buffet" ...
... of the Super Walmart). Therefore, even though their culture was very different from American culture, their lifestyle really wasn't quite so. It quickly became apparent that they were wealthy and wanted all the perks that comes along with having money--that means living and eating like Americans. Most Jordanians shop at the local market, where most of the food is produced as locally as possible (Jordan remains the third ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility